Ultima Prime, another promising city pride

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014


WHEN shovels hit the ground for the groundbreaking ceremony of Ultima Prime last Jan. 8, it marked the completion of Fuente Towers which comprises the Crown Regency Hotel & Tower (Tower 1), Club Ultima (Tower 2) and Ultima Residences (Tower 3).

This fourth icon will rise 32-storey high, featuring 95 loft-type residential condominiums promoting modern, quality and affordable units.

The long-awaited event was attended by chairman/chief executive officer of Fuente Triangle Realty Development Corp.Richard King, Pag-ibig vice president Victoria B. dela Pena, Pag-ibig Division chief for Housing Loans Grace B. Plaza and Engr. Senen Catingub, Pag-ibig Department Manager Rio Teves and Housing & Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) Director Dir. Alixes “Roy” Lopez and Atty. Lyndon Juntilla.

Ultima Prime’s upcoming rise also marks FTRDC’s recent partnership with country’s leading building constructor and supplier, Monocrete Realty Development Corp. who did
not miss to dig the ground during the celebration headed by their president Engr. Manuel Mendoza and other representatives.

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“Brokers and buyers would find Ultima Prime more convenient as it has easy payment terms,” said Richard King.

Tagged as the future exclusive address in Cebu, this high-rise condominium will promote studio units with combinable 2 and 3 bedrooms. Pure convenience awaits as it will tower with high-speed elevators, swimming pool, fitness and function rooms and podium parking.

Merging to build more quality and affordable city living, FTRDC and Monocrete will have more projects to work and are excited to the rising and opening of another landmark.

FTRDC has made a name in building Fuente Tower 3, Ramos Tower and the coming Citi Loft. Ultima Prime is just a beginning in giving more quality urban lifestyle especially now that they have partnered with Monocrete.

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on January 29, 2014.

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